Mayors who have served for over 20 years, the gold level of the League’s Mayors’ Hall of Fame, pose following the ceremony. Pictured (left to right) are Belmar Borough Mayor Kenneth Pringle, Clifton City Mayor and League President James Anzaldi, and Egg Harbor Township Mayor James J. McCullough.
At the 94th Annual New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conference in Atlantic City, then League President Timothy C. McDonough and officials from throughout New Jersey honored the most recent inductees to the Mayors’ Hall of Fame.
The League established the Hall of Fame to recognize mayors who have served for over ten or 20 years.
“Serving as mayor for ten or 20 years is a commitment of time and energy over the long haul. These mayors have obviously made a long-term commitment to community leadership. They’ve had a chance to see their communities grow and change over the years and to work to make a difference, “said League Executive Director Bill Dressel. “They deserve to be recognized.”
The members of the League’s 16th Annual Hall of Fame were honored during a special ceremony during the Mayor’s Box Luncheon on Wednesday, November 18.
Hall of Fame
Gold Level 20+ Years
Honorable Kenneth Pringle
Honorable James Anzaldi
Honorable James J. McCullough
Egg Harbor Township
Silver Level 10-20 Years
Honorable Jason J. Varano
Honorable Gloria M. Bradford
Honorable Frank Gambatese
South Brunswick Township
Mayors recognized at the silver level, for over ten years of service, pose following their induction into the League’s Mayors’ Hall of Fame. Pictured (left to right) are South Brunswick Township Mayor Frank Gambatese, Milltown Borough Mayor Gloria M. Bradford, and Berkeley Township Mayor Jason J. Varano.